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The National Bar Association’s new president, Atlanta plaintiffs attorney C.K. Hoffler, vowed to lead the nation’s oldest and largest African American bar association in fighting what she called the three pandemics of 2020: COVID-19, police brutality and election suppression.

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Meredith Hobbs

Meredith Hobbs writes about the Atlanta legal community and the business of law. Contact her at [email protected] or 404.419.2837. On Twitter: @MeredithHobbs.

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